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The tape is
recorded by Ad Delleman. It is a Maxell XLII 60 Cassette and box. It is a copy and
compilation of older tapes with music recorded in Noeboeai. Side A starts with
string band songs, followed by a flute and drum orchestra, then children’s
choir songs, again a flue and drum orchestra, then tifa songs from Nimboran,
then a choir song and as last a guitar song. Side B starts with a traditional
solo song. Followed by a guitar song announced as being form Japan, the songs and
dances from children, then guitar songs, then a flute and drum orchestra, followed
by drums and Islamic songs from Kokas, a flute is added, then a gong and xylophone
and it ends with guitar songs.
The digitised tape is part of the audio collection of the foundation PACE Papua Cultural Inheritance. For more information or any messages or correspondence contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Side A is 30’49 and Side B is 30’48
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